i think By default, Chrome is set to ask when a site wants to deliver notifications. To turn them off completely, select the last option to not allow notifications. Next, click Done and then close the settings tab.
Posts made by klimbo13
RE: permanently switch off notifications for all sitesOpera for Windows
RE: Please merge Extensions Bar and SidebarOpera for Windows
The exact definition what is a context and how it differs from other contexts depends on the applications, and possibly extensions, that define contexts. Most often a context is defined by the selection in the edit view. When the type of selected object changes then the context changes also. That means that if you have text selected in Writer and select a different text portion then the context does not change because in both cases the selection contains text. But if you click on an embedded table or image, the context does change.
RE: Suddenly Opera No Longer Loads (Windows 10)Opera for Windows
I've seen other messags like mine, but I haven't been able to solve this problem... I have a desktop Emachines computer, and I'm using Windows XP. Yesterday, I was using Facebook, and it was working fine. I was checking messages on one page, and playing the "Pirates" app in another window... and it all just stopped working. So I exited everything, and tried to sign back in, but when I did, the home page wouldn't load. It sort of comes up. It says Facebook, and it has the links at the top that say "profile, friends,inbox," and it has the little notification thing at the bottom... The little red bubble says I have 5 notifications, but when I click it nothing happens. I CAN however, click the "profile" link and go to my profile wall. I can see everything there, but none of the links work. I can't remove posts or anything.